About Us

Company Overview:

Fieldstone Management is a specialized Community Management Company based in Bend, OR.  Over the years we have grown significantly as associations have been attracted by our reliable, diligent and ethical approach to community management.

Fieldstone’s community managers are all holders of the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) credential. We are members of the Community Association Institute (CAI), the Bend Chamber of Commerce, City Club, and Central Oregon Builders Association (COBA).   As a company, we feel strongly about the benefits of professional education and development.

Fieldstone operates eco-friendly practices which in turn become more budget-efficient; we strive to use electronic records and be as paperless as possible.  We use cloud based management tools to update and communicate with boards and owners.  We offer an online owner’s portal that allows owners 24/7 access to governing documents, financial records, account information, online payments, newsletters, announcements, calendar of events, and more.

Objectives:

Our professional team knows that successful communities develop when all members feel they are being treated fairly and that property values are being maintained.

Effective communication is the single most important factor in developing a successful HOA.   Email notices, welcome packets for new owners, consistent and fair enforcement of the rules, and prompt responsiveness to Board members and owners alike are some of the communications tools that have made the communities we manage appreciative of Fieldstone’s commitment and service.

Design Review:

Fieldstone manages the Architectural Design Review process for communities. We utilize Community Management Software, to support functions such as architectural review requests, violations, management functions, and board tasks. Of importance is the ARC function where we can create and manage workflow and approval steps, automated generation and sending of approval/denial/response letters, and track progress of architectural changes.